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IfOTICE OF HOETGAGE SAIiE.
Whereas on the $th day of January - J V.t. ,A. D. 191. wneeier am o ; Lila Bird Wheeler, and Martin L. i mortgagee that mortgage which i. of record in book a f, a -.-.r 5 Record of Mortgages, for Henderson xounty, North carotins, w w . note In the sum of sixteen hundrea dollars, with interest at six per centum per annum from date, and whereas de fault has been made in the payment of said Indebtedness, now, therefore, by rlrtue of the power contained In said mortgage, the undersigned mort gagee will on Monday; the 5th day of August, A. D. 1918, at 12 o'clock noon, at the court house door in Henderson ille. North Carolina, offer for sale to 'the highest bidder,-for cash, the fol lowing lands described in said mort gage, to wit: ' "AU those fifty (50) certain pieces, .parcels or lots of land, situate, lying and being in Henderson county in the :lfefYf Wf North Carolina, as delineated da plat of Wheeler Park, maker by Jus tice & Son, August l&in, ana uw ignated by numbers, thereon, as fol lows, to wit: Lots numbers sixteen n& ? seventeen (17) : seventeen and one-half . (17) ; twenty-one (21) ; twenty-two (22); twenty-three (23); twAntv.four f24): twenty-fire (25); TimitY-six (26): twenty-seren : (27K twenty-eight (28) ; thirty-three v13i); fhirtyfour (34); - thirty-fire (35); thirty-six (38) ; jthirty-seren (37) : thirtr-eieht (38): thirty-nine (39); forty (40): forty-one (41); forty-two (42) : "forty-three (43) ;- forty-four (44) ; forty-five (45) ; fortysix (45) ; fortv-nine f: fifty (50); fifty-one 51 r fifty-two (52): fifty-three (53) ; fifty-four (54) ; fifty-fire (55) ; fifty-six (56)- fifty-eren (57) r. fifty-eight (58); fifty-nine (59); sixty (60); sixty-one (6I); sixty-two (62); sixty-three (63); sixty-tour (64) ; sixty-fire (65) ; and :1slxty-six (66); the said lots haying such shape, meets and bounds as ate - delineated oa said plat, all of which reference thereunto being had will . more fuiljrPPar." This, the 1st day of July, A. D. 1918. EUGENE D. DENT, : . - Mortgagee. V Michael Schenck, . Attorney for Mortgagee. v , 1 7-4-5tc: CAPTAIN HOLMES TTELL KJfOTTPf IN BBETAED. in in tell- Capt. Jas. Hay Holmes, an account of whose death appeared In the Hust? ler? last week,waawell ftknown.,. Bserard. j Tb,e Brerard News, ingof his death, -cays za' Friends here receired a message last Saturday morning that capt. James Hay Holmes had been killed by machine gun fire while leading anl attack on the Alsne-Marne front. Capt. Holmes, who ..was one of the founders of Camn French Broad, had spent several .vacations nere ano; j numbered his friends by his acquain tances. He was a graduate of the Citadel and of West Point He saw active service on the Mexican border Vmd went; to France in the first con tingent of American forces, i Miss Sentlma Holmes,' his sister. was recently the guest of Miss Eliza Wallls. PROPOSE TEN PEE CENT TAX ON MANY LUXURIES WASHINGTON A ten per cent. tax on retail sales of a wide rarlety of usually classified luxuries, from jew elry to meerchaum pipes, and from smoking Jackets to silken hosiery, was recommended to the- full house rays and means committee Monday as the result.of . Saturday's deliberations pfthe sub-committee on luxuries. The Lfeemi-luxuries, goods which are in tne class where it is auacuit 10 aisung- uish between the real necessity and the real luxury, such as clothing, will '.be left toamofe searching Inquiry. COMMUNITY CLUB SALE . By virtue of an Order of the Su perior Court made in the Cause of C.: N. Wrenshall ts. R. M.' Oates and C. E. Brooks, trustee, on the 18th day of July, 1918, the under signed Commissoners will sell at pub lic auction, for cash, at the Court House Door in the City of Henderson ville, N.. C, on Monday September 2nd, 1918, at 12 o'clock M., all the following described "premises, to wit: . n What! is known as the Community stake in the east margin of King Street, the Southwest corner of the Library lot,' and runs with the line of the Library, lot In an easterly di rection parallel with Fourth Arenue 75 feet to a (take, the southeast corner of the Library lot; thence a Southerly direction, parallel with King Street 47 feet to a stake; thence In. a westerly direction parallel with Fourth Arenue 75 feet to a stake on the east margin of King Street; thence In, a northely direction 47 feet to the BEGINNING, being the land de scribed In Book of deeds 99 at page 13 of the Henderson County records of deeds.. This sale being made for partition. This the 18th day of July, 1918. jMichael Schenck, Commissioner. W, Ewbank, Commissioner. a-25-t& INOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 1 tv I3y of power, of sale MiC . t J - M X. A. certainr iK'ea ui "E" xed in tula Orf, datia tt Jlrt Mort- 1915, and recordea rat poo 4r ,affe gages-end Deeds of Trust 4$, at 5 of Henderson county records, d" fault having been made in the pay ment of both principal and interest of the debt secured 'thereby, -nan beVa requested so to do by the cest ing qui trust, I will sell at public auc tion at the court house door in Hen dersonville, N. C., at 12 o'clock rn. on Saturday, August 10, 1918, to the highest bidder for cash, all the fol lowing described land and premises, to wit: . Beginning at a stake at the inter section of the south margin of Shaw- Creek street and the west margin 01 GroTje street and runs south 10 de grees east with Grove street 146 feet to a stake, thence south 79 west 83 feet to a stake; thence N. 11 degrees west 148 feet to Shaw Creek street; thence with said street north 79 east 83 feet to the begin ning and being the "property known 'as the John L. Orr Blue House lot, said property being the same con veyed to John L. Orr by J. W. Sta ton and wife, January 7, 1907, and by J. L. Orr to L. E Fisher and by LvE. Fisher to Glover T. Orr,. said lot containing the two-story dwelling formerly occupied by L. E. Fisher as his home place: This the 8th day of July, 1918. E. W. EWBANK, 7-1118 v Trustee.. ' ; EAST BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday. school each Sunday at $U5 -Preaching, at 11 a. m. and 8 p m. 0Prayer meeting 8:00 p. m. Wednes- B. P. IT. at 8 p. m; each Thurs- iay."-- ; - :;: - . , Drive. a nail : In the Kaiser's cofiin on the square Saturday.; Fire. cents a nail. The proceeds' will -go to the Ued Cross. Adv. bo:itka mm fbSmtlA Act In Xf rott uffer from backacha; IT you hare headaches, dizzy spells; If tha kidney secretions are trrexu- Don't deUy likely year kidneys are sick: .Hendersonrille people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. - . Here's a HendersonvUle man's ex Berience: - S, J. Collins, Second Are., says: "1 waa troubled a great deal with rheu matic pain and. kidney trouble. My back would ache sererely and my kid neys were all out of order. When I would bend orer I could hardly straighten again andl was troubled witn aizjx SPSU ana neaaacnes. .1 tried different remedies but never found anythinc that gare me relief like IX)an Kidney Pills did. jThey took - away . the pains .. and aches- and made me feel better. I always use Doan's whenever! I feel this trouble returning. 60c. at all dealers. FosterMIlbotn Co., Ufgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. FfiSTTCn BH0AD nUSTLEC, LIEUT. MALLET TYEITES OF ACTITITIES CT FIIaJrCB. The following, from the AshevtHa Citizen relative to laeut. Lianett, iephew of Dr. .vltollettotHea Wsonvllle, will i be of interest .to Hustler readerj:-Vr . ''! The following interesting sketch and letter taken from a recent issue of the Washington Star, in regard to the exploits of Lieutenant Pleura Hal-! let,-will, be read. with interest. by.hs friends in Western North Carolina. Lieutenant Mallet's father,. C. DL Mal let, spends his summers at, Etowah, near Hendersonvllle, and is well known in Ashe vine and Henaerson rille. The article . published by the Washington Star was as follows: ' Writing from France, Lieut Pierre Mallett of the 103d Regiment Ameri can expeditionary forces, gives a vivid account of an engagement at XI vray, in Lorraine, In which Americans were cited for distinguished service in a French communique, "f ' Ueut. Mallet's father, C. E. Mallet and his sister. Miss Dorothy Mallet, live at 2006 Columbia road., . My . boys were the bravest yoti u . A. S A ever saw," n writes in a posiscripi "and they, too. are going to be dec orated what is left of them." The letter follows: .u I know you are worried about me, but I can't help it Ive been through the tortures of hell, in the last" week. I've been in a boche attack, and Eve seen so much blood and dead men that I'm all upset, but came. out of itall without a scratch, Just by the grace of God. I think He must have heard your prayers and answered them. The boche bombarded rrour trenches for tour hours, and then used liquid nre. I'm out for the first time for a while. I haven't washed for four days nor have I slept any, so I am all nerves just at present . '' m mmm -"I think; !' must have held the fam ily name up; I don't know just what I did, but my captain has recommended fee for a crolx de guerre, and I am to be decorated by the French officials In the next few days.. It's all a mystery to me. I am rather mixed up on It yet but hope to find out more later. I know that we gave the boches the worst licking they ever got, and most of them never got back to their own lines. "I'll write soon. A heart .full of love to all, and pray for me. . Lieut. Mallet is a native of North Carolina and is serving with a Maine regiment. MANY BENEFITS FEQII ; DIXIE HIGHWAY; TEA B003I AT BAT CATS The people of Hendersonvllle should be Interested iai thefact that Ash ville has won a place on uienixia k t-'--V.'.., ... .' jr... v llghway, Afor : all j the advantaea w.hlch eWlll be sectirea Dy -asnenua, will also be secured by Henderson ville. The following clipping, taken from the Asheville Energy, a month ly organ of the Ashevtlle Board of Trade, telis of some of these advan . -, . ' ' N .. " "The winning of a place for Ashe ville on the, Dixie Highway, and the incorporation of the road from Knox- , ville ; to Waynesboro, Georgia, aa s part of the great Dixie Highway sys tem is a distinct ; accomplishment bringing extraordinary adraatages to Asherille that will grow - year after year. Already a larger number of Inquiries as to the route and condi tion of the road from the west into Ashetille is apparent in the mail at the Board of Trade oSLco. During the latter part of May twenty army trunks, big Nash Quad Four Wheel Drire cars, passed through Asheville from the .west to Camp Wadsworth, at; Spartanburg. A large number of other army thrucks and cars have passed ; over this part of the Pixie Highway to the south and east An increasing number of tourist cars are coming into AsiwYille from the west iWlth the opening of the east ern orancn. 01 tne uixie wigaway north of Knoxvllle to Lexington, Ky., a decided in crease will.be felt as Quickly as the opening of that line becomes known. Col. A. T. San ford, "director for East Teenessee, stated at the Chattanooga meeting of the Dixie Highway directors that he fully expected the Eastern branch to be ready for use this fall. A change of route was made, taking away the highway from two' counties north of Knoxvllle, moving ine ue w h west naasine through Clinton Coal Creek, La Follette and JelHco, .where there Is a passable road now. N. Buckner. of Asherille. and T. W. v Cothran, of Greenrllle, S. C, were elected directors to represent the Carolina Division of the Dixie Hlgh- "way, by which the new addition will be known. When the concrete is fin ished on the line between Asheville and the Henderson county line and the three miles of asphalt beyond t WaavaWTiIa shall htk rtrnitrteted. there: will be. about 26 miles of paved roadl en the Dixie Highway in Buncombe A county. The mUe and a haltt clay road from Ivy bridge lowarH piack- I stock h cow being sanded by thTrff- eight wagons, and the work will be completed at an early date. 1&&3ii& progress Is being made, on the laying of the cement road toward the Hen derson county line, and the county force js now, rsady tOf-.enterkthenVJff at Busbee which! will leave tfc ajmatn , road jppen to -Ilenderspnyille 3r the entire Bmmef.'4ThexWt6ft'iiaJjaDont a mile and a half or twa miles teas&i will keep the concrete force and grad mg force busy durinTTTr-- vv-uijr sua August, when-tnli 011 maining short link nt last re- is to be concreted, it rai I the only concrete- ma 7 Q m is m , new European methT' raong steam a hljrh.n0. 'lor Pro oat',ie ot taorpomi;,LToa cities. : ""w t ' jcurnCas Jet u.- ... . la & new l!npfti.: to burned fender the- suxfw , t tsrr.ta . ar steel boile tte. 3 .;,,CssUitsa fcrotcht.aboct. by4 ttwld'wa thesis reaor n Cyztl aa td t valua f techntel edncatloau Iacreaae of dtoCs tisa ' la all Uaes ia tha daaiasf of the . Uses. Let ytmr Un imSl tltxm&t Cor asefnU proCactiv cftissoship. . Let lit have u orSI tsalty t psltrplyV h!a cSlciocy ia whatever iadtsstry Xtote 0123 offers . fsssr-yca ccsasss- fat ArrtcIturs, Axried, 'r'&tX X2ssszltXT, C&saicsl Taeerlss; CtvQ Cagiaeerlas, Moa2 IcXsciaesytaj Taectrteal r-riaftTtcaSe Hdiutry, Xrw , unitary TrtSfctes under, TJ. S. Artsy TJsit of Ct3w3 TezLtiss Ccrpa. ' Otaaqj- gttyeatat ogives tatwtace' Z : fsrtly say:l:nsl?3rIt pay ta-W vtsj.tsi crtT tltlXS e$r year. SuiT -Ct at fiattsewth. New Yeiriv"tSiar year '.fttttiad 'ky J'cra f?tcl oet, Gred&tes ta - X. T 0 cszsz9 il ci$dt itta ssrvtcei 'ere aesued ocaxob. Tfp hxs red sad torty scSis3arj3 -yiehs3 tree txlttoa te kmo Xcr';Iw-ChristJsa.Aoctet ecot IWom 'lJiSJt rU gtaeral evctarr 'chim. iL'ritlfszz aiiletJa-tssSai r ;V:" ';'.' .atRfgaUacsta fir aira- U caits tr crade .werk eoo . ryy f!ctrr.tH ttocsZsxs, Czizl- czirztrsace El&arj, writs '' - 1 B. "sL OWSM, RMietre. 1 . - . . ... . - j "i"inr J r. TRUSTER'S NOTICE OF SkLK OF KEAL ESTATE By virtue of power of sale contain ed In a certain deed of trust execut ed to the undersigned trustee, by 0. C. Mills, dated the 22nd day of Dee,, 1917 and of record in Book 52 at page 82 of the Records of Mortgagee and deeds in trust for Henderson Co., worth Carolina, I will, on Saturday the 31st day of August 1918 at twelve o'clock noon at the Court House door in the city of Hender sonvllle, County of Henderson and State of North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash all the following described tracts of land, to-wit: 1st. tract; Lying and being in Clear 1 . . reex townsnip, Henderson County, Ntp-th Carolina and being the same tract of land conveyed by Alice Pow ers to J. A. Rutiher hv HomI aoA November the 18th, 1916 and of Rec ord in Book 94 at page 171 of tfi , records- of deeds for Henderson K County; beginning at a stake, formerly Jay W. Freeman's south east corner of his' store house lot and run north 60 west 12 poles to a rock and stake, thence south 20 west 6 poles and 5 links to a rock and stake ,thence south 60 east 12 poles to a stake and rock in 'the road; thence north 20 east 6 poles and five links to the beginning, containing 74 poles more or less and heing the same land conveyed by L. C. Freeman, executrix to Alice Pow ers as appears In deed of record in Book 9 at page 31 of the records of deeds for Henderson County. 2nd track: Lying and being in Green River township, Henderson .County North Carolina and being the same land described in a deed from J. L. Case and wife to. W. F. Israel dated November the 14th, "1917, and recorded in Book 96 at page 427 of the records of deeds for Henderson County; beginning at a black oak and pointers, said ' oak being downd and runs with Pact's line north ,50 west : 48 poles; to a stake and point ers .thence north 72 east 112 poles to a stake In M. C. Toms line; of the A. Barker tract; thence south 60 poles to .a . stone top n.'of a knoll ; thence south 87. west ." 67 poles to the beginning, containing talningr 27 acres more or less. , This the;$0tt e VW ftAR$HALXi BUlDGnh, 5-i-4tc J.f.c . Trustee 1 It will be interesting to parties go ing out to Chimney Rock and Bat Cave to know that the girls' camp, Camp Minnehaha, has opened a tea room at Bat Cave. This tea room will be kept open every Saturday during this month and probably on other days if there is enough demand. They also have mountain made baskets and rugs for sale. The proceeds will go toward the support of one French or phan for a year. J ' THIS STATE TO FUDNISH ' 205 MEN FOB LABOR. WASHINGTON. Allotment of qub- tas of unskilled labor to be furnished by t,he various states to war industries during the next two months' under the system of government recruiting put into operation some days ago under the United States employment service has' been announced by the depart ment of labor. By assigning auotas of unskilled laborers to be furnished in each state the employment service took the first step in meeting the shortage of common labor, estimated by reports received as approximately 500,000. The announcement of the state quo tas followed a conference here of rep resentatives of a dozen war industries ith officials of the department of la bor needs of each of the industries was submitted by the representatives and these estimates will be used In apportioning the first quotas. Southern states quotas was an nounced as follows: Alabama, 2,070; Florida 2,520; Geor gia, 3,105; Mississippi, 1,125; " South Carolina, 1,440; Tennessee, J,465; Vir ginia, 4,590; West Virginia, 3870; North Carolina, 2,205. FAIR TRIAL a trial, we solicit we may convince A fair trial is all that any of us can reasonably expect. W e have a large number of, customeri who have given iis a trial and they remain with us. If you have not given us your patronage in order that you of our ftfttiifactory service. When in need of groceries, dry goods, etc., call on us, J. HENRY BURGESS Successor to S. J. Harris Telephone I .J THE HEW GALOMa A PERFECT SUCCESS r Calotabs the newly perfected calo mel, Is ataolutely purified from all of the nnpreaeiiBt,, sickening dan herons qttalitieis pf the old-atjle calo mel. The. new, Calotabs arjs rapidly taking the place of the old-style cato mel; tablets, as they fare much mor effectire-aa a lirer cleanser and ays tern .purifier: yet; are?:: "entirely free .from all objectionable qualities. 5 .-The. neW. Calotabs are sold only in originals. --. sealed , packages t-f price, thirty-nW cents; '. Your drugguistrcc' ommeada and guarantees - theisu ' (Adr.i ' . mm IT frr Ji Dttt 1L . option As Tax '.'I.-ai lect as no col- waited long Collector, I Bave C0&PEEED to thse Tases. I have as is possible without dan my bondsmen, and if pay ment is not made at once, I must turn the matter over to the cost. to Sheriff which means It will added pay whether you are eoiatrary:to;t.aw.,; r:-r'.:';v'y-m;.:F. to. ascertain doiiig- business VV 1 M County Tax Collector h 1